Graffiti dedicated to the 251st summer exhibition Royal Academy of arts
New picture of Banksy
Street artist Banksy has painted in London Heathrow airport a new concept in graffiti, revealing the theme of a British exit from the EU (Brexit). This drawing is dedicated to the 251st summer exhibition Royal Academy of arts, which takes place in London from 10 June to 12 August. Photos of the wizard with the caption “Arch from Heathrow airport saved” published on his page in Instagram.
On the picture you can see the rodent depicted on door blinds. On top is the inscription KEEP OUT, which translated to English means “Not allowed”. This is probably true of immigrants, with the flow which in recent years has become difficult to handle the authorities of Foggy Albion. By the way, this was one of the reasons for Brexit.
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Banksy has painted the letter “T” in the phrase (KEEP OUT) and made it “a tool to break the lock” in the paws of rats. The artist suggests that any ban can always be circumvented.
Graffiti appeared at Heathrow airport on the aisle in the customs control zone for those coming from the European Union.
Banksy is an anonymous artist, not just attracting public attention for his graffiti on the streets of different cities of the world. Often his works deal with social issues. Real name and details of the biography of Banksy is unknown. Some say that under the mask is hiding Banksy Robin Cunningham from Bristol. Others claim that it is a British musician Robert Del Naja. A third version is Jamie Hewlett, a British comic book artist and founder of the band “Gorillaz”.
Earlier “Today” reported that Banksy graffiti boy that swallows the snow, sold for 130 thousand dollars. We also wrote about two more drawings by Banksy that appeared in London in 2017.
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